Translation for 'Moroccan' from English to Russian
ADJ   Moroccan | - | -
NOUN   a Moroccan | Moroccans
SYNO Maroc | Moroccan
марокканский {adj}
марокканец {м}
марокканка {ж}
Moroccan [female]
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Translation for 'Moroccan' from English to Russian

марокканский {adj}геогр.

марокканец {м}этн.

Moroccan [female]
марокканка {ж}этн.
Usage Examples English
  • Also there is the Moroccan pop introduced by the Moroccan singer Oussama Belhcen who's mixing between the American and the Moroccan music in his songs.
  • The RSB regained its spot in the first moroccan division in 2012, under the presidency of Fouzi Lekjaa, who ran the club since 2009.
  • "Nichane" (meaning "Direct" in Moroccan Arabic and Berber:نيشان) (formerly "Aljareeda Alokhra") was a Moroccan weekly arabophone and darijophone (in Moroccan Arabic) news magazine.
  • Throughout the 19th century, Morocco suffered military defeats at the hands of Europeans powers, notably in the Franco-Moroccan War in 1844.
  • After the Ifni War in 1958, Cape Juby was re-incorporated into the Moroccan state.

  • Its founder, Abdessalam Yassine, an old inspector in the moroccan National Education Ministry was initially a member of Zaouia boutchichia, a Sufi brotherhood that he quit after deploring its evolution and because he was not offered the role of the leader of this brotherhood prior to his son.
  • The main parts of Palais Layadi (Palais Soleiman) which include the reception area still belong to the moroccan Segueni's family.
  • France gained authority over non-Moroccan citizens in legislative, military, foreign policy and jurisdictional transactions, though nominally leaving the Moroccan government in control of its own citizens.
  • Following Moroccan independence, the property became the chancery of the French Embassy, before being transferred to the Moroccan authorities in the 1980s and repurposed for the Moroccan Ministry of Interior.
  • Born in Switzerland, Zoukit is of Moroccan descent. He holds both Moroccan and Swiss nationality.

  • Sonia Terrab (born 1985) is a Moroccan writer, filmmaker, and activist.
  • The moroccan team FC Berrechid wins the tournament.
  • Simon Levy was born in Fez into a family steeped in the traditional Moroccan Jewish culture.
  • (1927-June 18, 1954) was a Moroccan nationalist born in Casablanca, Morocco.
  • The moroccan census of the population, officially named general census of the population and the habitat (RGPH), is a census taking place every ten years in the kingdom.

  • Nowadays, most Moroccan-Germans have German and Moroccan citizenship.
  • David Amar (1920–2000) was a Moroccan businessman, leader of the Moroccan Jewish community, politician, and philanthropist.
  • In July 2021, it was revealed that the Moroccan PM Saad Eddine el-Othamani and Moroccan King Mohammed VI were selected for targeting - apparently by Moroccan state actors themselves.
  • Al-Haddouchi was born in Al Hoceima Morocco in 1970, and began studying and at a young age with various moroccan scholars, most notably Muhammad Abu Khubza with whom he studied with for 8 years before traveling to Saudi Arabia to continue his studies.
  • The laureates of The Royal Military Academy can become officers in the Royal Moroccan Army, the Moroccan Royal Guard, the Royal Moroccan Gendarmerie and the Auxiliary Forces.

  • The Sahrawis who did not flee have been given Moroccan citizenship.
  • ASFAR is the most successful moroccan club of the 21st century, and was ranked first locally, 10 continental and 201 universally, in the international rankings of clubs during the first ten years of the 21st century (2001–2010), issued by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics in 2011.
  • "El Horria⁩" (Judeo-Moroccan Arabic: אלחוררייא⁩⁩) or [...] was a Judeo-Moroccan newspaper published by Salomon Benaioun in two versions: one in Judeo-Moroccan Arabic and one in French.
  • The "moroccan outlaws" campaign ([...] , [...]), with the express goal of ending Article 490, began as a manifesto and petition during the trial of the Moroccan journalist Hajar Raissouni.
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